Ways To Give
PlayPenn's work in service to new plays, playwrights, and the American theatre is only possible through the generosity of our donors. Please partner with us by making a tax-deductible contribution in support of our artists today.
More than 80% of PlayPenn's operating budget is supported by contributions since we offer our conference events at no cost to the public. Your support helps make this possible, so please give generously! Tax-deductible gifts may be made securely via PayPal or by downloading this form (PDF) to mail your contribution to PlayPenn.
Gifts of $1,500 or more entitle you to special credit as an Associate Producer and gifts of $5,000 or more entitle you to special credit as an Executive Producer. Learn more about this opportunity and associated benefits.
We now invite you to lend your support to this important campaign that will help us to develop 10 new plays, on average, each year for the next decade. New gifts made to our 10x10 Fund will be directed to the other artists who make our work possible – directors, dramaturg, designers, technicians, interns and more!
Increase the value of your gift to PlayPenn! Did you know that many businesses offer matching gifts to their employees' charitable contributions? Please contact your human resources or corporate giving department to learn about your employer's matching gift policy.
A copy of PlayPenn Inc.'s State of Pennsylvania, Bureau of Charitable Organizations registration and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
What PlayPenn is doing directly strengthens the lifeblood of the American Theatre. What you have helped create is a process to develop new plays in an environment that encourages risk and rewards pushing the envelope. I cannot overstate how important this is to the future of our profession. Without programs like PlayPenn, what ambitious and daring new plays will we have? Without such plays, where are we headed as an art form? I am honored to have been a part of PlayPenn's first season. I hope you are all justly proud, and that you are committed to growing this organization to its fullest potential. - J.T. Rogers, Playwright